NewsFeed’s Feifei Sun rounds up the brilliant and bizarre from this week in fashion.
Controlling Your Sag. A denim company has designed boxers that men can button into their baggy pants so they can “sag” their jeans at different levels. Did we mention the company is based in New Jersey? [Shine]
What’s In a Name? Online fashion retailer BuyDefinition has issued an apology to customers after selling a jacket that alluded to the Holocaust. The “Belsen Was a Gas” military parka has been shortened to just “military parka.” [Consumerist]
When Fashion Becomes a Fire Hazard. Chanel recalled about 120 pieces of clothing after the Consumer Product Safety Commission reported that they failed meet “federal flammability” standards. [OC Register]
Medic Turned Model. Caesar Stovall, a 24-year-old Army medic who’s served in Iraq and Afghanistan, walked Givenchy’s runway in military-inspired outfits. [NYT]
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Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous. In honor of the $7,000 facial that Mila Kunis recently got, Fashionista looks at seven other outrageous and expensive beauty treatments, including $300 snakeskin pedicures and $400 gold facials. [Fashionista]
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